Sri Chinmoy Centre
A selection of videos relating to activities by members of the Sri Chinmoy Centre. This includes musical concerts, running events, art exhibitions and divine enterprises.
The first Sri Chinmoy Centres were founded by Sri Chinmoy in the late 1960s. They provide a focal point for students of Sri Chinmoy to meet and participate together in spiritual activities such as meditation and spiritual singing. As well as offering an opportunity for meditating together the Sri Chinmoy Centre’s are involved in many activities such as offering meditation classes, offering concerts and organising running races.
Music performed by Sri Chinmoy Centre
Pulak – joining the path
Pulak Viscardi talks about his journey to becoming a disciple of Sri Chinmoy in the early 1970s. Pulak explains how a passage from Sri Chinmoy’s writings ‘My Mind’ from Songs of the Soul – deeply resonated with him. From this first introduction to Sri Chinmoy’s writings, he attended meditation classes before meeting Sri Chinmoy in […]Read more »
Growing up on a spiritual path – Ankurika and Piloo
Ankurika Hammerl and Piloo Iljazovic talk about growing up on a spiritual path and how that influenced their outlook on life. They also reflect on the opportunities and choices that a spiritual path can give.Read more »
Lunthitha – early impressions of Sri Chinmoy’s philosophy
In this video Lunthitha reflects on Sri Chinmoy’s philosophy and the attraction of following his spiritual path. Lunthitha talks about the inherent simplicity of Sri Chinmoy’s teachings and the feeling of how meditation made these philosophical ideas feel real and relevant to everyday life.Read more »
Benefits of meditation
In this video, Jogyata Dallas talks about the benefits of meditation. These include the practical aspect of stress relief and peace of mind, but also how meditation can become an illumining journey of self-discovery to help find more about the real purpose of the soul and a deeper meaning to life.Read more »
Kailash on the guidance of Sri Chinmoy
Kailash has been a student of Sri Chinmoy since the early 1970s. In this video he explains why he became a student of Sri Chinmoy and how his relationship with Sri Chinmoy developed and evolved over the years. Kailash also explains how Sri Chinmoy would outwardly and inwardly guide his students.Read more »